Category: Therapies

Holistic Counselling

At best, “So … what is it that you do … exactly?” or something along those lines is what people ask when they stop at my table in MBS events. All have heard of counselling; many have tried it; few have anything good to say about their experience of it; fewer still have seen it Read More

Mizan Therapy

Fertility problems? Miscarriages, difficult pregnancies, premature births? Painful intercourse? Painful menstruation? Clots or dark, thick blood at the beginning or end of your period? Irregular menstrual cycles and ovulation or failure to ovulate? PMS, PMT, depression? Endometriosis? Fibroids or polyps? Bladder or yeast infections? Crohn’s disease? IBS? Chronic constipation? Digestive and elimination problems? Ovarian cysts? Read More

Sound Therapy

The Instruments When l take a group for Sound Therapy l use quite an array of Sound equipment: a 24 inch Chau gong along with a 22 inch Wind gong - two very different sounding Gongs which complement each other greatly. The Gong is the oldest instrument used for Sound Therapy and dates back to the Read More

Mindfulness, Depression and Me

Jeremy Bishop I suffer from chronic depression and have done for many years.  Although I was on medication and it does work for me I would still find myself succumbing to the onslaught of dark thoughts and spiralling downwards into nothingness.  I was having a 6 monthly review with my GP who suggested I try Read More

What is Mizan Therapy?

“There is no other organ quite like the uterus. If men had such an organ they would brag about it. So should we” – Ina May Gaskin Mizan (pronounced like Milan) is an Arabic word that means balance. Mizan Therapy uses traditional techniques to restore balance when life feels unbalanced – physically, emotionally or spiritually. Read More

Stress

The effects of stress in the modern world are well documented. But what is 'stress'? How does it affect the body? And what can massage and bodywork do to help put us back into balance? Stress is a word derived from the Latin word stringere, meaning to draw tight, and was used in the 17th century Read More

Health Benefits of Dry and Wet Cupping

Cupping therapy is an ancient medical treatment that has been around for thousands of years and was commonly practised in the Middle and Far East. Recently, the practice in Europe has been revived by celebrities and elite sports athletes who feel strongly that cupping therapy improves their health and performance. The treatment itself works on Read More

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